From the Desk of Tony Laidig
RE: Your Kindle Book Covers…
You just finished writing your first (or next) Kindle book. You’re proud of the end result, and you should be! You’ve assembled great content that your audience will love and find extremely helpful. You’re excited, too, because your niche research has shown that this market is ripe for the picking and you’re an expert.
That’s what you’re thinking as you consider what’s left to finish before unleashing your masterpiece onto the world. The only thing that remains before you upload your book and begin raking in the cash is the cover design.
“How hard can it be to design a cover?” you wonder out loud. “I can do this…after all, I loved to draw as a kid!” So you spend some time whipping together a design that you convince yourself is “good enough” and proceed to upload it to Kindle. That’s when it get’s rejected. It’s the wrong size and resolution. So you hurriedly change it to the correct specs, upload it again and voila, your book is live to the world. Just one problem…the cover “isn’t” good enough, and in the coming weeks and months, your sales suffer as a result and you never realize why.
Or perhaps you’re one of the “smart” ones who knows their design limitations and decide to follow the advice of Joe Guru. Maybe you’ll outsource the design to Fiverr, try out that whiz bang software that promises a professional-looking cover or even use the design strategies that the “anti-designer” people sold you. You pick a method, get your cover created and convince yourself that it’s “good enough.” You smile as you think about ALL the money you saved by not using a professional designer and you dream about all the sales you’re going to make as you upload your book to Kindle. Except that you don’t. And in the weeks and months that follow, it never occurs to you that the weak link in the process is, you guessed it, your cover.
Unless you’re a trained graphic designer who is skilled in cover design, chances are highly likely that the above story will be YOUR story when you publish your next Kindle book. Yes, it’s a harsh assumption, but let me ask you a question…did you ever wonder WHY the Big Boys spend so much money on cover designs? There is a reason, and you know it…repeat after me…
It’s true, even in this digital age, the cover of a book will make or break the success of your amazing, wonderful writing. And, unfortunately, it means failure more than success for most people! Using poorly designed covers for your Kindle books will KILL your sales. It’s that simple. There’s a reason why the Big Boys hired experienced graphic designers…because they know from experience that having a quality, professional-looking book cover means more sales! You see, what you may not realize is that there is a subtle psychology that is going on with your prospect every time they look at your cover.
Colors used, the fonts and layout, the illustrations…every aspect of a cover’s design affects your reader in helping them sub-consciously make a decision, yes or no, regarding your book. They may not be design experts, but they know when something doesn’t look right because they’re inundated all the time with professionally produced marketing messages online, on television, on billboards, at the grocery store…everywhere. So, like it or not, YOUR design is being sub-conciously compared to the best of the best. You could have the most amazing content in the world, but if your cover sucks, your content get’s lost in a bottomless pit of “coulda, shoulda, woulda!”
Fortunately for you, though, this isn’t a hopeless situation and you aren’t going to have to start spending a grand or more for every Kindle cover you want to have created! The truth is that I’ve been holding my tongue for a while now, seeing all the crappy solutions being offered as professional ones and just shaking my head. As a 20-year cover design expert, I know what it takes to make a great cover, and in many cases, you’ve been sold a bill of goods.
That’s why I decided to finally set the record straight and develop a solution that ANYONE can use to create REAL professional-looking Kindle covers, even YOU! By creating high-quality, easy-to-use templates, I’m putting the quality of high-end design within your reach without having to spend thousands of dollars per cover design!
Below is ANOTHER horrible-looking cover I actually found it on Amazon…and in just 7 minutes, I completely transformed the look of the cover using a design template. Now…FINALLY…the design looks clean and professional. Personally I would have changed the title and subtitle, but I left them as-is so you could see the difference for yourself…all in just 7 minutes! Below is the result! I think you’ll agree that using the template made a HUGE difference in the end result.
With “Kindle Cover Templates, 2.0,” you gain access to 20 fresh, professionally designed templates that you can use over and over again to create high-quality cover designs for ALL your Kindle (or other e-book) projects. These designs showcase some of the most popular and savvy cover designs being used today, except that they won’t cost you a small fortune to use with your own projects. Below are the 20 templates you’ll gain immediate access to.
Why are “Kindle Cover Templates” your BEST option for creating quality, professional designs for your Kindle covers?
I think you’ll agree that having unlimited access to reusable, professional quality cover templates would easily be worth $100 each, especially considering that these days, I charge $1,200 – $1,500 per design (I really do…that’s a real number). So 20 templates at a very conservative $100 each would run just $1,000…less than the price for one cover design. I also realize that the reason WHY you’ve been trying to create your own designs or turning to lesser solutions is because times are lean and you need a quality solution that you can afford. So to that end, I’ve decided to give you full, unlimited access to all 20 high-resolution template for just
$147 $97! You’ll also have instant access to the how-to training video and all the BONUSES at no additional charge! The quality high-resolution photographs would normally cost you on average $5 – $10 each, so with Bonus #1 alone, you are saving an additional $250 – $500!
So here is a list of everything included with “Kindle Cover Templates, 2.0″ when you invest in it today. You can instant access to:
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